Monthly Archives: September 2012

Jesus, Moses & Everyone else

Moses was having a bad day, probably a bad week or more.  The people of Israel had been freed from slavery Egypt, delivered from the army of pharaoh and were being fed in the wilderness with manna. They are safe … Continue reading

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What to keep…

My grandfather was one of the most influential people in my life. He was a hard worker who had come from a farm, had been working since he was a very young boy and had worked hard all of his … Continue reading

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Thats your story

Nancy and I just got back from a clergy retreat program called Fresh Start (for clergy new in their positions or new to the diocese). We are finishing up our 15 month commitment in the program.  We recently spent 2 … Continue reading

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Mile Posts

As a rail fan I understand the importance of mile markers along the roadbed of a railroad.  They give the crew information as to how far they have come, where they are and how far they have to go.  Mile … Continue reading

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